New sculptures for the South Downs

I have begun working on a series of pieces for a project in the South Downs. Over the coming months I will be creating 8 new sculptures which will be situated in the rare and distinctive heathlands of the South Downs in East Sussex.

The new sculptures will focus on some of the bespoke aspects of […]

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WW1 memorial unveiled in Coalville

 

WW1 Memorial unveiled in Coalville to commemorate 100 years since the end of the Great War

A while ago, I was asked to create a memorial for the Leicestershire town of Coalville to commemorate 100 years since the end of the Great War. I worked alongside a local Heritage group and we decided that the sculpture […]

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Good progress on Derbyshire sculpture

Derbyshire sculpture nears completion.

The sculpture that I have been working on for the past few weeks is nearing completion. The Woodkirk sandstone piece is destined for the Derbyshire village of Hatton where a sculpture trail will depict some of the industries that have influenced the development of the village. The sculpture that I have been […]

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Railwaymen sculpture bedding in

I drove through Sheffield last week and it was great to see the railwaymen sculpture bedding in. It is almost a year since the 4.5 m long sandstone sculpture was installed in Brightside, Sheffield. The site, now owned by BMW was formerly the heart of Sheffield’s railway industry. The place was once teeming with railway […]

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Exciting new sculpture projects imminent

I am just about to start work on some exciting new sculpture projects. As ever with large scale public art works, they take time to design and also to go through planning. Hopefully they will be worth the wait. The next piece that I will be working on is a Woodkirk sandstone sculpture that will […]

By |Thursday 10 May 2018|public art, Sculpture|Comments Off on Exciting new sculpture projects imminent

Portland Limestone Sculpture

I have recently finished this small Portland Limestone sculpture for a friend who had recently lost a number of close family members. The sculpture contains a number of stacked books, each book has a title that is relevant to each person they are remembering, whether it is their favourite book or the title of a […]

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Granite sculptures good as new

Quorn granite sculptures revisited

A couple of years ago I was asked to create a series of granite culptures for a new housing development in Quorn in Leicestershire. Few people will know but merely a stones throw from this quiet Leicestershire village is the largest granite quarry in Europe. Most UK granite is found in Scotland […]

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Memorial for the 10th Battalion the Parachute Regiment in Leicestershire

Work begins on fundraising for a new memorial in Leicestershire
For a while, I have been working with the Friends of the 10th, a group who this week are setting out on a fundraising campaign with a view to creating a new war memorial in Somerby in Leicestershire. The memorial will pay tribute to the 10th […]

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TV interview features large scale sculptures

East Midlands Today interview at my workshop focuses on large scale sculptures.
 

East Midlands Today ran a small piece over the Christmas period which featured a number of the large scale sculptures that I have been working on over the last 12 months or so. BBC reporter Victoria Hicks visited my workshop at the start of […]

By |Sunday 15 January 2017|public art, Sculpture|0 Comments

Naval Service Memorial short-listed for public sculpture award

Memorial short-listed for public sculpture award

I am delighted to announce that “The Naval Service Memorial” that I designed, located at the National Memorial Arboretum, has been short-listed for the PMSA Marsh Award for excellence in Public Sculpture.

I was extremely honoured to have been selected to create the Naval Service Memorial and was pleased to have […]

By |Tuesday 11 October 2016|lettering, Memorials, public art, Sculpture|0 Comments